07.03.12, 06:30–With the help of Israeli technology, the Louvre Museum in Paris will stay secure. Synel, an Israeli subsidiary company based in France has just been awarded a large contract at the Louvre Museum.
As part of the major project, Synel France was contracted to install a comprehensive system for security access control combined with electronic attendance. The deal is estimated to reach millions of shekels within several years.
The project, which is set to boost the museum’s security, will further entail the installation of Synel’s time and attendance management hardware, as well as the use of fingerprint verification, keypad entry, magnetic card, barcode card, proximity card, contactless smart card and facial recognition.
The verification terminals will be installed within the museum’s exhibition spaces, and will enable the Louvre’s security team to better track the whereabouts of the employees.
The Louvre is one of the world’s largest museums. Nearly 35,000 objects from prehistory to the 19th century are exhibited over an area of 60,600 square metres. Around 8.8 million visits were recorded at the Louvre in 2011…Read More>>